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The former wins every time but is it because of the low-carb or high-protein element?
Anti-carbers will tell you it’s the magic of low-carb eating, of course but are they right?
In fact, it’s much more likely that a is an all-around better choice for you. It all sounds very scientific and convincing and, understandably, wins new converts every day.
The “boring” physiological reality is that meaningful weight loss requires eating less energy than you expend and meaningful weight gain requires the opposite (eating more than you burn).Namely, weight loss or muscle growth or, God willing, a little bit of both If I’m right, this might be the most important meal planning piece you ever read. Imagine…What if you could confidently soar above all of the mainstream diet hysteria and gimmicks? The cult of “clean eating” has won wide acceptance and, while it has its heart in the right place, it really misses the forest for the trees.What if you could use your diet to feel completely in control of your body composition and health? Specifically, what most “clean eaters” don’t realize is the nutritional value of food has little to do with its effects on your body composition.Banish it forever and you can live a long, lean life (dreaming about pizza and ice cream).
Well I’m delighted to give you some good news: If you’re physically active and aren’t diabetic or pre-diabetic, you have no reason to follow a low-carb diet. Why Low-Carb Diet Research Is Misleading Yes, I know that low-carb evangelists bandy about quite a few studies as irrefutable proof that low-carb dieting is better for weight loss.
There are several things you have to get right to do this, and we’ll go over them later in this article, but first and foremost is not starving yourself.